I just learned that my previous employer is being investigated for taking kickbacks related to the company’s immigration filings. I have an approved I-140 from that company, but I was not involved in any type of kickback scheme. Will this impact my ability to use the priority date from that I-140 for the EB2 case being filed by my new employer?


If the previous I-140 is revoked for fraud or misrepresentation, this generally would mean that the priority date could not be used for a new I-140. I recommend you speak with a qualified immigration attorney. (20.Mar.2017)

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